February 20, 2016 - Jacksonville, FL - Florida Theatre

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02.20.2016

Michael and the Whad'Ya Know? crew return to the historic Florida Theatre for a reprieve from the Wisconsin winter! Michael will meet the "Most Interesting Man in Jacksonville": Dr. Wayne Wood. Then Katie Grace Helow will take the Florida theatre stage and play a few songs from her new album Past Lives! Gator snatchers Bob and Liz Shumaker will brings some of their cold blooded friends to meet Michael and the gang. Chase that all with food & cocktail with Chef Tom Gray from Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails! Plus the Whad'Ya Know? Quiz and more fun than you can shake a gator at!

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Dr. Wayne Wood

Dubbed “The Most Interesting Man in Jacksonville”, Dr. Wayne Wood wears many hats (literally and figuratively).  He joins Michael on stage to talk about the history of the River City and some of the pleasures in its architecture (and some of its unfortunate projects too) and to let him know how to properly pronounce Duval County.

Katie Grace Helow

Katie Grace Helow is a Florida-based singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist. She and her Uncle Phil take the Florida Theater stage and perform a few songs from her new LP, Past Lives!

Bob and Liz Shumaker

Bob and Liz Shumaker are the owners of the LB Reptile Experience,Inc. and Gator Snatchers. The fun (and stage clean up) begins when they bring North Florida's indigenous 'friends' to meet Michael!

Chef Tom Gray

Jacksonville's newest premiere restaurant Moxie Kitchen + Cocktails serves up their James Beard nominated Chef, Tom Gray to mix Michael a big glass of S.T.H.U and to talk about their mouthwatering dishes including a "don't miss" version of Chicken and Waffles and Chef Tom's signature Redneck Risotto.  Cheers to that!